This course deals with eye-tracking as a method. Students will be shown how to design an eye-tracking experiment; how to prepare or modify experiment materials; how to conduct a mini eye-tracking experiment; how to analyze the data descriptively, and how to write a brief report. Instruction will be given both on these steps and on how to write the report.
At the end of the course students should have a grasp of important issues in experimental design, and know the key steps involved in conducting and analyzing eye-tracking studies. They will also have learnt how to summarize experimental results. The language of instruction is English.
(The number of participants is limited to 20 students.)